The Nai Harn Phuket Co-hosts Thai Airways experience

The Nai Harn Phuket Co-hosts Thai Airways experience

The Nai Harn Phuket Co-hosts Thai Airways experience to mark the arrival of New Air Bus A350 Fleet
From left, Preyanan Mongkolsri (Digital Advertising & Promotion Department, Thai Airways), Dr. Prajaid Aksornthammakul (Vice Governor of Phuket), Thai Airways’ guest, Pariya Chulkaratana (Acting VP e-Commerce and Ancillary Marketing Department, Thai Airways)

PHUKET, THAILAND: Phuket’s celebrated and revamped luxury beach resort THE NAI HARN recently co-hosted a two-day celebration experience in partnership with Thailand’s national carrier to mark the successful delivery of 12 new Airbus A350s that will join Thai Airways’ domestic and international fleet.

As part of the experience, VIPs and senior management from Thai Airways joined the airline’s corporate clients, sponsors and members of the Thai and international media on a return flight from Bangkok to Phuket aboard one of the new Airbus A350s.

Guest were then transported to THE NAI HARN for an indulgent two-night stay overlooking one of the island’s most beautiful beaches, enhanced by the world class services and facilities that have earned THE NAI HARN recognition as Phuket’s only member of Leading Hotels of the World. 

In addition to hosting the visitors from Bangkok, The NAI HARN also jointly hosted a Gala BBQ Seafood Buffet Dinner for 120 people at the resort’s expansive infinity-edged rooftop bar, Reflections, with live music, traditional Thai dance performances and a spectacular fireworks display and contributed hotel gift vouchers for winners of the lucky draw. 

“It was an honour to play a part in such a significant milestone for Thailand’s national airline,” said Frank Grassmann, GM of The NAI HARN. “We re-launched the resort earlier this year with a completely new look so we understand the importance of new additions to keep things fresh and appealing. With the new terminal at Phuket now open, the introduction of new aircraft is definitely timely and welcome move by Thai Airways.”


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